MacOSX and related operating systems provide keyboard shortcuts with the
Command key which is heavily used for different shortcut definitions. The
Command+F keyboard shortcut is defined and used to open the
Find Box or
Search Box . The opened box provides both functionalities to find files and folders or search them. This box can be search and find words, phrase, in a document or a web page URL, etc.
Find Specified Text In the Current Document Word, Excel with “Command+F”
When pressed in the Word, Excel or similar document application it shows the search box. This search box can be used to put some text and search along the document. There are different search options about the search box like “search forward” , “search backward”, “search caseinsensitive” etc.
Find Specified Text In the Current Web Page with “Command+F”
When pressed in the Web browser like Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, the
Search Box is opened. The search term is typed into this box and all search results are listed and highlighted.